UPDATE: Morris' second wind turbine up, could be operational by April
A second wind turbine on Morris' skyline finally looks like one.
Workers hoisted and attached the blades to the tower on Thursday, and the turbine could be producing energy for the University of Minnesota, Morris campus by April, said Dave Aronson, a project manager in UMM's Plant Services.
The turbine, combined with the first turbine erected in 2005, means that about 70 percent of the campus' electricity will soon come from wind power.
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